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Mary Chapin Carpenter - Musical Tribute to the Red Cross flac album

Performer: Mary Chapin Carpenter
Title: Musical Tribute to the Red Cross
Style: Country-Folk,Contemporary Country,Contemporary Singer/Songwriter
Relesed: October 27, 2006
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 943
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After recording a demo tape, she was signed to Columbia Records in 1987 and released her debut studio album Hometown Girl (1987). In June 1989, Carpenter's second studio album State of the Heart was issued, which transitioned more towards country music.

Healing/Comfort Long Walk. Musical Tribute to the Red Cross.

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All songs from Wheels Along The Boulevard. Karaoke - Sing Country 2001 ., 2008. Down at the Twist and Shout 04:26. All songs from Sing Country 2001 . Karaoke - Sing Country . Studio Musicians, Karaoke Tribute - Wherever You Are 03:41 Little Goodbyes (Country Male & Female).

The singer-songwriter opts to spend the entirety of the album strenuously avoiding his strengths. It might make sense if each section of the album were devoted to a different aspect of Brown’s apparent multitudes, but there seems to be little rhyme or reason to the song sequencing here, shifting abruptly between tracks about self-improvement and sexual hubris.

Emmylou Harris Receives All-Star Musical Tribute in Washington. Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Alison Krauss and Rodney Crowell were just a few on the long list of famous friends who honored the iconic singer. In paying tribute to Harris, the show was also in part a de-facto tribute to the songwriting of Gram Parsons and Rodney Crowell, whose deep influence on Harris’ own career were consistently felt throughout the night. In turn, the star-studded event included a host of Harris’ countless female singing-songwriting disciples: Sheryl Crow, Holly Williams, Lee Ann Womack, Sara Watkins and Patty Griffin, who all showed their deep gratitude to the woman who has for decades been a model of artistry and dignity for up-and-coming female artists in Nashville.

Let's go down to the fields tonight Where the grass grows round our knees Lay down in the silver light Dripping through the trees Broken halo in my hands And distance in your eyes The past is gone, good luck, so long Cross ourselves and hope to fly. No roadmaps, no signposts No north star, no lifeboats No cavalry coming in sight But we're all right.


Mary Chapin Carpenter - Primary Artist
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